Cassava is the basis of a multitude of products, including food, flour, animal feed, alcohol, starches for sizing paper and textiles, sweeteners, prepared foods and bio-degradable products. The products are derived from a number of forms of cassava, ranging from fresh leaves and roots to modified cassava starch. The degree of processing and the technical requirements tend to increase from the fresh form to the modified starch form. Our fresh cassava is of good quality and meets all the requirements of our buyers making us the top distributor of this product with a good competitive price. Product Specifications Variety: Tapioca / Manioc Cultivation: Type Common / Organic Maturity: 100% Certification: Non - GMO Origin: Mozambique Type: Cassava Style: Fresh Shape: Long-Round shape Dry matter: 30-40% Moisture: 14.5% max Fiber: 5% max Starch content : 85% Size : 25 - 35 cm/piece Colour : Brown skin, White flesh Packaging Detail 1) 25/50kgs with PP/PE 2) Multiwall paper bag. 500/850/1000kgs 3) As Customer's requirement
Cassava is an important tuber crop (alongside potatoes and yams) and one of the most important sources of carbohydrate in the developing world. Used to make tapioca, animal feed, and even laundry starch, cassava is thought by to improve health by boosting immunity and regulating digestion. Its starchy roots are a major source of dietary energy for more than 500 million people. Cassava can be stored in the ground for several seasons, thereby serving as a reserve food when other crops fail. Tapioca starch is not only for household consumption. It is also used as a raw material for products in number of industries, as follows: 1. Food and beverage industries2. Sweetener industries3. Textile industry4. Paper industry5. Glue industry6. Plywood industry 7. MSG and lysine industries8. Medical industry 9. Biodegradable materials 10. Charcoal briquette These diverse applications make the undeniable note that cassava is the very important crop for agriculture and the development of industrials in general. No matter what form it may take, the benefits remain unchanged.
Some of the many reasons that make cassava flour such a good flour include the fact that it’s: • Gluten-free While conventional flours contribute to problems such as leaky gut and inflammation, cassava is a completely gluten-free option. Studies have shown that cassava flour is a low-sugar alternative that can help blood sugar levels stay stable. • Easy to digest For those who struggle with irritable bowels or a sensitive stomach, cassava presents a perfect alternative for troubled bellies. Uses and Benefits of Cassava Flour Cassava is unique because it doesn't tend to trigger most allergies. Many people may not realize that traditional flours and bread can spike their blood sugar even if they aren't consuming a lot of sugar. • Low in sugar If someone has diabetes or is trying to watch his or her blood sugar, it is very important for him or her to be aware of which foods have a low glycemic index. Cassava eliminates this problem by being free of common allergens. It is gentle and easy to digest, presenting a non-irritating alternative to heavier flours. It can also be important for people with autoimmune triggers to cut back on common allergens and food irritants.
Product Description : Cassava, an important tuber corp and most important source of carbohydrate in the world. It is used to make tapioca, animal feed and laundry starch. It is thought to improve health by boosting immunity and regulating digestion . Price of product ( USD price or FOB price) : US$350 - US$400 / Metric Ton Product origin : Vietnam / Cambodia Key Specifications/Special Features : + Starch content: 85% min + Whiteness: 90%min + Moisture: 13% max + PH: 5-7 + Ash: 0.02% max + Fiber: 0.02% max + Viscosity: 750BU min Payment Term : T/T or L/C at Sight Port of Loading : Vietnam / Cambodia Minimum Order Size and Packgaing details ; Packaging: in 25, 50 PP/PE bags and jumbo bags. Min order - 19 Metric Ton ( 1 X 20FT Container )
Moisture 10% Ash Content 3% Crude Finer 3% Starch Content 75 Minimum Total Acidity 1% Hydrocyanic 10% Iron 22% Lead 1% Copper 20% Zinc 50% Arsenic 0.1% Mercury 0.1% Package 50kg bag 40ft Container of 20ton
Tapioca is a starch extracted from the storage roots of the cassava plant. This species is native to the north region and central-west region of Brazil, but its use spread throughout South America. The plant was carried by Portuguese and Spanish colonisers to most of the West Indies and Africa and Asia.
Mhogo Foods Cassava Flour Origin: Kenya Availability: In stock Our cassava flour is 100% natural and gluten-free which is made from cassava tubers grown by small-holder farmers in Kenya. The flour is a 1:1 replacement for wheat flour and can be used for cakes, pancakes, soups thickening, porridge and many more gluten-free meals. Certification: ISO 22000, HACCP, KEBS Certificate Type: Gluten and Grain Free Flour Minimum Quantity: 8kg Label: Branded or White labeled Packaging Description: Available in 50Kg, 20Kg, 10Kg, 5Kg, 2Kg, 1Kg, 500g Packaging can also be customized depending on your requirements.web Organic: Yes - Not Certified Ethically & Sustainably Sourced: Yes - Not Certified Fair Trade: Yes - Not Certified Samples: Available
Origin: Rwanda Availability: In stock Category: Cassava Certification: Approved for exports, we have distributors in the USA, Canada, Belgium, Italy, Etc Type: Gluten free Packaging: Sacks Label: Branded only Organic: No Ethically & Sustainably Sourced: Yes - Certified Fair Trade: Yes - Certified Samples: Available
Product name: Broken Cassia Specifications: Moisture: 13,5% max Admixture: 2 % max Size: LENGTH: 4 CM UP, WIDTH: 1.5-2.0 CM, THICKNESS: 0.8-2.0MM Dried method: Sun dry Lifetime: 3 years Packing: 10 kg/carton Container capacity: 7 MT/20FT; 15 MT/40HQ Origin: Viet Nam Port of loading: Hai Phong Port, Viet Nam Other descriptions: Natural brown, unmouldy, free from black inside
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